HomeSportsCricketBowling Blitz: Meet the Players with the Fastest 100 ODI Wickets
-- Advertisement --

Bowling Blitz: Meet the Players with the Fastest 100 ODI Wickets

- Advertisement -

A wicket-taking bowler holds paramount importance for a team. Wickets not only halt the flow of runs but also limit the opposition’s scoring. In the realm of Test cricket, bowlers tend to accumulate more wickets. However, in limited-overs formats, the task of taking wickets becomes more challenging due to defensive field placements and the limited number of overs available to bowlers. The attainment of the 100-wicket milestone is a significant accomplishment for any bowler. Below is a compilation of the top 10 bowlers who took the fastest 100 wickets in the One Day International (ODI) format.

-- Advertisement --

Players with the Fastest 100 Wickets in ODI Cricket

v Oman Kirtipur 21 Apr 2023 1 Aug 2018 4y 263d 42 ODI # 4568
v West Indies Harare 25 Mar 2018 18 Oct 2015 2y 158d 44 ODI # 4007
v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 21 Aug 2016 20 Oct 2010 5y 306d 52 ODI # 3768
v Sri Lanka Gwalior 12 May 1997 29 Sep 1995 1y 225d 53 ODI # 1205
v England Adelaide 23 Jan 2007 11 Jan 2002 5y 12d 54 ODI # 2482
v Pakistan Lord’s 5 Jul 2019 18 Jun 2015 4y 17d 54 ODI # 4186
v England Melbourne 25 Jan 2003 9 Jan 2000 3y 16d 55 ODI # 1941
v West Indies Christchurch 23 Dec 2017 11 Jul 2012 5y 165d 56 ODI # 3944
v New Zealand Napier 23 Jan 2019 6 Jan 2013 6y 17d 56 ODI # 4082
v Sri Lanka Leeds 6 Jul 2019 23 Jan 2016 3y 164d 57 ODI # 4187

Jasprit Bumrah (India)

Jasprit Bumrah - KreedOn
Image Source: India Today

For a long time, India lacked the quality of fast bowlers who could take wickets even in flat tracks. Then came the era of Bumrah and Shami. Bumrah comes at number 10 on the list of fastest 100 wickets in ODI. He achieved the feat in 57 matches.

most test wicketsAlso Read | Top 20 Bowlers with most test wickets in the world cricket

Mohammed Shami (India)

Mohammed Shami - KreedOn
Image Source: Wion News

Just above Bumrah is his partner in crime, Mohammed Shami. Famous for his ability to reverse swing and his raw pace, Shami is an incredible asset to India. Shami is number ninth on the list with 100 wickets in 56 matches.

Trent Boult (New Zealand)

Trent Boult - KreedOn

Tied with Shami with 56 matches to take 100 wickets is the left-arm pace bowler Trent Boult. Boult has been the number one ranked bowler for a long time and it seems unlikely he will lose his position any time soon. He comes number eight in the list.

Highest team score in ODI Kreedon: South Africa 439 vs West Indies, AB De Villiers fastest 100 in odiAlso Read: Fastest 50 in ODI Cricket

Brett Lee (Australia)

fastest 100 wickets in odi - Brett Lee - KreedOn
Image Source: Al Jazeera

Famous for the second-fastest delivery ever against New Zealand in 2005, Brett Lee was a real threat. His explosive pace could beat through the defense of the best batsmen in the world. He comes number seventh on the list of fastest to 100 wickets in ODI. It took him only 55 matches to reach the milestone.

Mustafizur Rehman (Bangladesh)

Mustafizur Rehman - fastest 100 wickets in odi - KreedOn

Famous for his deadly yorkers and effective slower ones, Mustafizur is one of the most consistent bowlers in the world. Not only does he not give many runs but can also take important wickets. With 100 wickets in 54 matches, he comes in at number six on the list of bowlers to reach the fastest 100 wickets in ODI.

Fastest 5000 runs in ODI - KreedOnAlso Read | Cricketers to score Fastest 5000 runs in ODI cricket history

Shane Bond (New Zealand)

fastest 100 wickets in odi - Shane Bond - KreedOn
Image Source: Cricket World

New Zealand’s right-arm fast bowler Shane Bond was often regarded as New Zealand’s best bowler since Sir Richard Hadlee. It was only due to his continuous injuries and back problems, he played only 82 ODI matches in his career. He is fifth on this list of fastest to 100 wickets which he achieved in only 54 matches.

Fastest 100 wickets in ODI: Saqlain Mushtaq (Pakistan)

Saqlain Mushtaq - KreedOn
Image Source: NDTV Sports

Pakistan has always been more famous for its fast bowlers than its spinners. Even so, one spinner who is regarded as a legend is Saqlain Mushtaq. He took 100 wickets in only 53 matches and came fourth in the list of fastest to 100 ODI wickets.

Fastest 6000 runs in ODI - KreedOnAlso Read | Top 12 Players to reach Fastest 6000 runs in ODI cricket

Fastest 100 wickets in ODI: Mitchell Starc (Australia)

Mitchell Starc - KreedOn

One of the deadliest bowlers today in world cricket, Mitchell Starc can trouble anyone on his good day. He can swing the bowl with a deadly pace and can deliver perfect workers to dismiss any batsman in the world. Mitchell is the third-fastest to take the fastest 100 wickets in ODI. He achieved the milestone in only 52 matches in his career.

Fastest 100 wickets in ODI: Rashid Khan (Afghanistan)

fastest 100 wickets in odi - Rashid Khan - KreedOn
Image Source: The Indian Express

Rashid Khan has been an unplayable bowler in every format of the game for quite a few years now. As Afghanistan cricket is rising from the shadows, it has been clear for quite some time that Rashid Khan is one of the best bowlers today. It took him only 44 matches to take 100 ODI wickets. He is number one on the list of the fastest to 100 wickets in ODI.

Fastest 100 wickets in ODI: Sandeep Lamichhane (Nepal)

Image Source- News NCR

During the ACC Premier Cup match against Oman, on April 21, 2023, Sandeep Lamichhane achieved a remarkable feat by becoming the fastest bowler in the history of One Day International (ODI) cricket to secure 100 wickets. Surpassing numerous cricket superstars, he accomplished this milestone in just 42 matches, marking a significant achievement for Nepal in their 50th ODI match.

Also Read | Top 10 Players With Most Centuries In Test Cricket

Follow us on: InstagramFacebookYouTubeWhatsApp and be part of KreedOn’s community

For more sports knowledge and latest stories on Indian sports and athletes

Subscribe Now Receive exciting Indian sports stories on your WhatsApp now.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here